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32- CAPE GAZETrE, Friday, June 9- June 15, 1995 Cape seniors win more than $350,000 in scholarship awards Continued from page 31 ing Education, $50 bond; Ingrid Hopkins - Sussex Coun- ty Farm Bureau Scholarship, $250, Delaware Valley College Faculty Scholarship, $5,000 - re- newable total: $20,000, Delaware Rodeo Queen Scholarship Pageant for first runner up, $250; Sunil Hosmane - Lt. Col. Ed- mund B. Gosnell Scholarship Memorial Award for Excellence in Science with highest average, $200; Cliffvon Howell - Dewey Beach Lions Club John Waples Memorial Scholarship, $1,500; Joseph Hughes - Carnegie Mellon Institution Scholarship, $1,500, Carnegie Mellon Under- graduate Scholarship, $14,170, Delaware Coast Press Award for Leadership, $250, Thespians' Harrier Jeglum Award, $200, Na- tional Association of Retired Fed- eral Employees Award (second highest rank), $100, The Joseph S. Walsmith, Jr. Memorial Award for the highest average in mathe- matics, $100 bond, King's Ice Cream Theatre Arts Award, $250, The Joseph S. Walsmith, Jr. Memorial Award for the highest average in English, $100 bond; Matthew Hurst - Lewes Lions Club Ernie Ratledge Scholarship, $1,000; Mindi Jackson - Citi- zens' Scholarship foundation of America/Baxter Foundation Scholarship Florida State Univer- sity, $1,000 - renewable total: $4,000; Kelly Jefferson - Univer- sity of Maryland Eastern Shore Honors Program Scholarship, $7,300 - renewable total: $29,200; Karyn Jennings - CHEA, $200; Cecelia Jones - Delaware State University Academic Schol- arship, $950 - renewable total: $3,800; John Jones - The 1994 and 1995 Recipient Slam Dunk to the Beach Scholarship, $1,500, CHEA, $200; Erin Kahu - CHEA, $200; Heidi [,owe - Midway Office & Art Supply Excellence in Art Award, $50; Marjory Markle - Wingate College Presidential Scholarship, $2,500 - renewable total: $10,000, Delaware Retired School Personnel Association 1995 Citizenship Award, $100 bond, Thespians' Harriett Jeglum Award, $100; Nicole Martin - 1995 Wescoats Memorial Scholarship Fund Award of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, $500, Drexel University Drexel Grant, $10,500; Jen Maull - CHEA, $200; Jamie McCarty - 1995 Wescoat Memorial Scholar- ship Fund Award of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, $500; Brandy McMahon - 1995 Wescoat Memorial Scholarship Fund Award of St. Peter's Episco- pal Church, $500; Cari Miller - Rehoboth Beach Lions Club Scholarship, $1,000, American Legion Henlopen Post 5, $1,200, Lewes Lions Club Eruie Rafledge Scholarship, $1,000, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science Grant, $500, Rehoboth Beach Li- oness Club, $500, Zwaanendael Club of Lewes Scholastic Award to a Resident of Lewes, $300; Christina Miller - XI Sigma Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, $250, Lorcenia Hood Van Schol- arship of Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church School, $100; Jamie Miller - Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge #2540 "Most Valu- able Student", $750 - renewable: $3,000; Hannah Miller - CHEA, $200; Krista Miller - 1995 Wescoat Memorial Scholarship Fund Award of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, $500; Alison Monroe - CHSSA, $100; Eliza Morris - University of Delaware Universi- ty Academic Award, $9,206 - re- newable total: $36,824; Elyse Nehrbas - CHEA, $200; Jacob Norlleet - Thespians' Har- riett Jeglum Award, $200, Delaware Coast Press Award for Leadership, $250, King's Ice Cream Theatre Arts Award, $250; Heather Oekeis - Delaware Farm Bureau, Inc. Sussex County Scholarship, $1,000, Ferrum Col- lege/Ferrum Grant, $3,650, Fer- rum College Presidential Scholar- ship, $1,200 - renewable total: $4,800; Amanda Price - The Hercules Steps Up to Art Education Pro- gram Scholarship, $1,500; Fred- erick Pepper - David B. Clifton Memorial Award in Agriculture, $75; Alicia Purdy - Cape Hen- lopen Elks Lodge #2540 "Most Valuable Student", $750 - renew- able: $3,000; Katie Rickards - University of Delaware/Delaware Scholars Award, $2,000 - renewable total: $8,000, Lewes Fire Department, Inc., T. H. Shipley Scholarship, $500, Diamond State Girls' Scholarship for Basketball, $500; Kimberly Robinson Delaware Technical & Communi- Tired of all the talk? Henry Mancini * Barry Manilow * Johnny Mathis * Glenn Miller * Anne Murray -k Olivia Newton John -k Roy Orbi- son * Patti Page -k Helen Reddy -k Switch to AM 900 Featuring The Stars! The Beach Boys -k Tony Bennett ,k Glen Campbell -k Ray Charles -k Patsy Cline -k Nat King Cole -k Neff Diamond -k Crystal Gayle -k Englebert Humperdink -k Carole King -k Melissa Manchester -k Carly Simon -k Frank Sinatra * Barbra Streisand -k James Taylor "k BJ Thomas -k Bobby Vinton -k Dionne Warwick Andy Williams Stevie Wonder Elvis Presley * Charlie Rich * The Righteous Brothers * Kenny Rogers -k Linda Ronstadt * Diana Ross * Simon & Gaffunlde * PLAYING ORIGINAL HITS FROM THE LAST 6 DECADES Call Unforgettable WSSR AM 900- 856-0900 ty College Academic Incentive Scholarship, $1,200; Regina Shelton - Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Scholarship, $150, Lau- rel Alumni Association, Inc. Scholarship, $1,000; Karin Simms - University of Delaware Academic Incentive Award, $1,000, Jennifer Smith - Blessed Vir- gin Mary Sodality of St. Ed- mond's and St. Judes, $500, Kevin Smith - William A. Joseph Award in Mechanical Drawing, $100; Rebecca Steuer - Delaware Valley College Faculty Grant, $4,500 - renewable total: $18,000, The George C. Gordy Family Ed- ucational Fund, $3,000 - renew- able total: $12,000, 1995 Wescoat Memorial Scholarship Fund Award of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, $500; Chad Streett - University of Delaware Academic Incentive Award, $1,000; Melissa Tooley - Delaware Higher Education Com- mission Diamond State Scholar- ship, $1,000 - renewable total: $4,000, Chamber of Commerce of Milton Scholarship in Honor of Nancy White/Citizen of the Year, $500, Drew University/Drew Recognition Award, $10,000 - re- newable total: $40,000; Joan Tylecki - Lewes Re- hoboth Rotary Club, $3,000, Re- hoboth Beach Lions Club Schol- arship, $1,000; Wesley Warring- ton - University of Delaware Gen- eral Scholarship, $2,500; John Workman - CHHS, $100. Est. 1958 HAZZARD Electrical Contractor L.P.I. Cert. 959 645-8457 645-9060 1-800-610-8457 CERTIFIED LIGHTNING PROTECTION P.O. Box 252, Lewes, DE 19958 GRLR NEFIT St. Joseph's Regional Catholic High School 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday, June 1 1 at BayCenter, Ruddertowne Dewey Beach Live Entertainment. Silent Auction Buffet. Cash Bar Everyone's Invited! Tickets '15 per person Call 227-2367 or 539-1611 Tickets also available at the door Donations being accepted. Send to: St. Joseph's Catholic School PO Box 1205, Ocean View, DE 19970 Education It Win,ks!